I can load all my favorite dvd's into my JVC XV-FA900BK 7-disc changer, and I can hear the mechanisms engaging and spinning the disc, but then it stops and a message on the screen appears indicating that there was No Disc.
I poped off the cover to see if anything was loose, but no luck.
I cleaned the optics, but no luck.
Anyone have an experience similar to this? How did it get fixed?
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Re: Disc loads but player displays No Disc message
If you cleanred the optics and this didnt help then you did all you can do without more test equipment. Your player might need an focus or tracking offset alighnment or a focus or tracking gain alighnment or the unit could have a defective laser. Only by connecting it up to test equipment will a tech be able to tell.
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sounds cooked, open it up and look at the board with a magnifying glass and a strong light to see if its cooked anywhere. that was a nice dvd player too. google the name brand of that surge strip and see if theres other complaints. get rid of that surge suppressor and get an apc which completely isolates all your living room electronics..
Hello, you can fix this by opening the back cover of the DVD player to check for the rubber attached to the motor of the mechanism , if it is slack , if it is , you replaced the rubber to size that will match with the motor, if otherwise you have to replaced the complete mechanism . Hope this helpout .. Good luck.....
There may be a connection to the problem, but it sounds like the laser assembly may need to be replaced as well as/or the mpeg printed circuit board(the printed circuit board) attatched to the laser assy. Good Luck.
Are you loading to play or to record? Commercial DVDs should play. DVDs for recording may not be recognized by your drive. First make sure that the disc is blank. You must insert a blank disc of the proper format: DVD-R or RW, DVD+R or RW. Even with the proper format, some brands may not behave the same way as other brands.